EANE Leadership Conference on Measuring Success Set for April 4
AGAWAM — The Employers Association of the NorthEast (EANE) will stage its Annual Leadership Conference on April 4 at the Sheraton Springfield Monarch Place with a focus on measuring success as you motivate and inspire your team to improve performance.
“Great leadership is genuine. It’s developed through perseverance and learning from experience, all while boosting those around you to new heights.”, says Meredith Wise, President of the Employers Association of the NorthEast. “In a time which we know that employees won’t stay with weak leaders, it’s more critical than ever to make sure that managers and supervisors know how to lead.”
The program will feature Jim McPartlin, vice president of Leadership Development for Forbes Travel Guide. McPartlin’s keynote will challenge attendees to bring integrity to their leadership responsibilities, even when times get tough.
He has held several leadership positions in the hospitality industry with companies such as W Hotels Worldwide, Walt Disney Company and Lowes Hotels & Resorts. McPartlin has more than 20 years of experience as a certified teacher in the Enneagram, which is a powerful gateway to self-awareness and understanding of others.
A second keynote will be presented by Tim Hebert, a perennial entrepreneur, innovator, author, speaker, and adventurer. Hebert will ignite the leadership spark in attendees in a keynote focused on the choices of leadership and techniques to help live your life by design, not by default.
Between keynote presentations the Leadership Conference attendees will have access to dozens of breakout session topics ranging from performance management, to diversity and inclusion, to perfecting “C-Suite speak,” and more.
The cost for the program is $360 per person with discounts for three or more. Register at www.EANE.org/leadership-2019 or via phone at (877) 662-6444. The program will offer 5.75 credits by the HR Certification Institute and SHRM. Sponsoring the program are the HR Certification Institute and Constellation. .